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Benefit of Kedondong

Kedondong | Ambarella | Benefits For Better Life - Kedondong is a fruit-shaped tree that lives in tropical regions. These plants come from Southeast Asia and South Asia. Fruit plants that come from anacardiaceae family consists of various types. The kedondong which is potential to be planted in Indonesia is the type of kedondong kendeng, bangkok, and karimunjawa. Plant named Latin Spondias dulcis Forst. This can be used starting from the fruit, leaves, stems, skin, and roots because they contain saponins, flavonoids, and tannin compounds (Inayati, 2007). In addition, kedondong fruit meat is rich in vitamin C and iron. Every 100 grams of edible kedondong fruit contains 60-85 grams of water, 0.5-9.8 grams of protein, 0.3-1.9 grams of fat, 9-10.5 grams of sucrose, 0.85-3.6 gram of fiber. For immature or raw kedondong fruit contains 10% pectin (Menegristek article about plant cultivation).  Fruit kedondong while still in the tree Kedondong | Ambarella | Benefits For Better Life The follow

22 Benefits of Breadfruit (Artocarpus communis)

Benefits and Content of Breadfruit - Breadfruit (Artocarpus communis) is a plant that popularity can be seen from the use of the name of this fruit for cigarette products. Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) belongs to the family Moraceae / aka the Mulberry family or more commonly known as bread fruit or fruit bread. This plant grows in tropical regions, such as Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. All parts of breadfruit plants contain flavonoid compounds. Efficacy tests on the artificial environment as well as on the living body against the extract of this plant, and showed very good results. Europeans call breadfruit as breadfruit. This is because breadfruit does not have seeds and has soft parts that are similar to bread. Breadfruit is widely processed and used as a food source. Breadfruit is used as an important source of carbohydrates in the Pacific region and is commonly known as kuru, ulu, or uru. According to reports, carbohydrates contained in 100 g of breadfruit flour are

14 Benefits and Content of Alkesa Fruit (lucumma nervosa)

Benefits and Content of Alkesa Fruit - Alkesa (lucumma nervosa), some called Sawo butter, sapodilla sapodilla, sapodilla, or canistel (Pouteria campechiana) is a kind of fruit that originated from Central America and southern Mexico. But because of its benefits, this fruit tree has now been cultivated in many countries, including in Indonesia. The species name refers to the name of the city of Campeche in Mexico, the original place of this plant. In English it is called canistel, egg fruit, or yellow sapote. This fruit has been cultivated commercially in many Latin countries, such as Nicaragua, Panama, Cuba. Around 1915 this one fruit was brought from Cuba to the territory of the Philippines, and eventually spread to other parts of Southeast Asia, and the Philippines was among the largest producing countries of this fruit. Alkesa is one type of fruit that has begun to scarce. So don't be surprised if many people have never seen and known this fruit. Medium-sized, up to 20 m tall A

10 Benefits and Content of Kepel Fruit (Stelechocarpus burahol)

Benefits and Content of Kepel Fruit ( Stelechocarpus burahol ) - Kepel plants are plants with stature that can reach 25 m. Kepel plants are native to Indonesia and are spread from Southeast Asia to the Solomon Islands, widely found in Java and Peninsular Malaysia. This plant grows wild in the forest and places throughout Java at an altitude of up to 150-600 m above sea level. In general, kepel grows well on fertile soil, contains a lot of humus, and has relatively high humidity. Kepel is a member of the Annonaceae tribe or a family of recitation and has various names in Indonesia. In Central Java and Yogyakarta kepel is also known as a simple or kecindul name, because the size of the fruit is as big as an adult's fist, the Javanese call it kepel. Symbolizes mental and mental and physical integrity such as clenched hands. This kepel plant is a flora of identity and symbol of the strength of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta. At that time, kepel plants could only be planted in the Sultana

Water guava fruit with the name Dhegus | Indonesian Fruits

Water guava fruit with the name Dhegus - "The beauty of the guava is Degus, short for Gede( big ) and Bagus( nice ), as the name implies the appearance of the guava fruit is quite large with an attractive dark red fruit skin color, sweet and crispy flavor coupled with thick fruit flesh and a tambourized fruit shape similar to , an appearance that has a beautiful impression is the advantage of the beautiful Guava Degus. " Degus guava is the name given by Mr. Ir. Soedarmo, former Bojonegoro District Agricultural Extension, and he was known by the nickname Mbah Darmo because he was a senior Agricultural Extension in East Java, most recently as East Java Agriculture Extension Coordinator. He was the first to spread this guava plant in East Java, including several locations around the Pohjentrek Pasuruan Seed Horticultural Motherhouse, which was then one of those planted at the Horticulture BBI was selected as the Mother Tree and was released by the Minister of Agriculture in 200

Types of Bidara Fruit

Types of Bidara Fruit - There have been many articles that have written about this one plant both in print and electronic media, but it could be that not many people are interested in getting to know this extraordinary plant. Well, this paper will make the reader very curious and interested in getting to know and use this plant more. Bidara, or in Arabic known as this sidr, is a plant originating from Arabia, a small, always green, fruit-producing plant that grows in the tropics and West Asia and can grow in valleys up to a height of 500 m above sea level. Types of Bidara Fruit Description Upas Bidara Sea Bidara Chinese Bidara Putsa / Indian Apple Arabian Bidara (Sidr) Kingdom Plantae Plantae Plantae Plantae Plantae Division Eudikotil Magnoliophyta Magnoliophyta Magnoliophyta Magnoliophyta Class Asteridae Magnoliopsida Magnoliopsida Magnoliopsida Magnoliopsida Order Solana

How to plant longan fruit - so that it can bear fruit quickly

How to Plant Longan Fruit - The following article contains a guide on how to plant a good longan and tips for success for those of you who want to cultivate longan. Longan fruit is very popular with many people because the taste of this fruit is very sweet and fresh. This fruit flavor is very similar to the taste of lychee fruit. It's just the texture and color of the skin that distinguishes. In addition to its delicious taste, this longan fruit turns out to contain many health benefits for the human body because the content in fruits such as vitamin C and various essential minerals. Some of the benefits of longan fruit include: Source of Vitamin C Strengthens bones Keep eye health Help with diet programs As a source of energy Heal wounds Reduce stress Now, after knowing a lot of the benefits as above, the market demand for longan fruit is also high especially in urban areas. Therefore, now longan plants are widely cultivated for sale to get profit. Hearing the potential of this lo